Guido Germano

Senior Lecturer Programme Director and Admissions Tutor, MSc Computational Finance, UCL

Guido Germano is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, University College London, Programme Director and Admissions Tutor of the UCL MSc Computational Finance, and Research Associate of the LSE/UCL Systemic Risk Centre. He studied at the University of Pisa obtaining a laurea in 1994 (with research for his thesis done at MPIP Mainz, 1993-1994) and a PhD on quantum/classical molecular simulation in 1998 (with stints at the University of Bonn, 1994-1995, and the University of California at San Francisco, 1996). He has been a postdoctoral research assistant in theoretical soft condensed matter physics at the University of Bristol (1998-2000) and the University of Bielefeld (2000-2002). From 2002 until he joined UCL in 2013 he led a research group in computer simulation in theoretical/physical chemistry at the University of Marburg as a Hochschuldozent until 2007, then as a junior professor, and as an interim associate professor in 2009. He has also been a research fellow at the Department of Economic Sciences and Quantitative Methods of the Università del Piemonte Orientale in Novara (2009-2012) and at Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa (1998 and 2012-2013).

RESEARCH FIELDS

Computer Science, Finance, Mathematics, and Physics

KEYWORDS

Complex Systems, Computational Finance, Financial Mathematics, and Stochastic Processes

AFFILIATIONS

UCL

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